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Our Wide Sky Naked Eye Observers Guide LPBASE – Our Wide Sky
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The "Naked Eye Observers Guide" for watching the night sky.

Be an amateur astronomer. Watch the night sky with this one-page, quick reference guide. Quickly identify the bright objects in the night sky, such as the Saturn, or the star Spica, or the constellation Leo.

  • Know exactly what you are looking at at in the "Meridian Zone" at 9pm on any night.
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    Use the Moon Phase Table to follow the moon throughout the month.
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    The Planets table will tell you the best time to view Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn.
  • It's easy. Find a dark place. Look up at 9pm toward where the sun is at midday, This guide will tell you what you are looking at.

Remember to look up at the stars and not down at your feet. Try to make sense of what you see and wonder about what makes the universe exist. Be curious.

Stephen Hawking

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